Re: XSL Trans
Paul Prescod wrote: > An extreme example is a stylesheet that > removes information. How can you edit documents that use this stylesheet > in a "WYSIWYG" view? Clearly we are going to need different stylesheets > (and perhaps a different stylesheet *language*) for word processors. [ A stylesheet never removes information. A stylesheet may define a null ] [ rendering for a given substructure. It makes a slight but important ] [ difference. ] 2 stylesheets ? Why not ? And so what ? Grif for instance already did that ten years ago ! CSS linking mechanism into HTML also offers this possibility. To answer your point : if stylesheet or transformation rules make unavailable for editing purpose a subtree, this subtree must not be edited in a wysiwyg environment. If author wants to provide a way to edit this subtree, *he* has to adapt transformations/styles according to this need. Providing two different stylesheets is a common answer to the problem. All MsWord users already do that : if you insert columns in a text, you have to switch to paginated mode to see them in wysiwyg. </Daniel> XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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